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Round 1 Team Lists

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  1. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    The official team lists for Round 1 of the 2011 Telstra Premiership. Teams will be published here as they arrive direct from the clubs across the day.

    FRIDAY,  March 11

    Sydney Roosters v South Sydney Rabbitohs at Sydney Football Stadium, 7.30pm


    Sydney Roosters: Anthony Minichiello, Sam Perrett, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Kane Linnett ,Bj Leilua, Braith Anasta, Mitchell  Pearce, Jason Ryles, Jake Friend, Martin Kennedy, Frank Nu-Uasala, Mitchell Aubusson, Nate Myles. Interchange (From): Jared Waerea-Hargeaves, Mose Masoe, Mark Riddell, Tom Symonds, Tinarau Arona.

    South Sydney Rabbitohs: Rhys Wesser, Nathan Merritt, Dylan Farrell, Greg Inglis, Fetuli Talanoa, John Sutton, Chris Sandow, Luke Stuart, Issac Luke, Roy Asotasi (C), Sam Burgess, David Taylor, Ben Lowe. Interchange (From): Scott Geddes, Ben Ross, Eddy Pettybourne, Shannan Mcpherson, Dave Tyrrell

    Brisbane Broncos v North Queensland Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium, 7.30pm (8.30pm AEST)

    Brisbane Broncos:  Josh Hoffman, Jharal Yow Yeh, Gerard Beale, Jack Reed, Dane Gagai, Darren Lockyer (c), Peter Wallace, Sam Thaiday, Andrew McCullough, Scott Anderson, Alex Glenn, Matt Gillett, Corey Parker. Interchange: Ben Hunt, Ben Te'o, Josh McGuire, Shane Tronc.

    North Queensland Cowboys: Matthew Bowen, Ashley Graham, Will Tupou, Willie Tonga, Michael Bani, Ray Thompson, Johnathan Thurston, Matthew Scott, Aaron Payne, James Tamou, Scott Bolton, Glenn Hall, Dallas Johnson, Interchange (from): Ben Jones, Leeson Ah Mau, Gavin Cooper, Ashton Sims, Tariq Sims.

    SATURDAY, March 12
    New Zealand Warriors v Parramatta Eels at Eden Park, 7.30pm (5.30pm AEST)


    New Zealand Warriors: Lance Hohaia, Glen Fisiiahi, Joel Moon, Jerome Ropati, Manu Vatuvei, James Maloney, Brett Seymour, Sam Rapira, Aaron Heremaia, Russell Packer, Simon Mannering (c), Feleti Mateo, Micheal Luck.
    Interchange (from): Shaun Berrigan, Jacob Lillyman, Ben Matulino, Lewis Brown, Steve Rapira

    Parramatta Eels: - Hayne, Burt, Walker, Morgan, Uaisele, Mortimer, Robson, Mannah, McGuire, Allgood, Hindmarsh (c), Lasalo, Horo. Bench: Keating, Shackleton, Smith, Webb, Rogers.

    Gold Coast Titans v St George Illawarra Dragons at Skilled Park, 6.30pm (7.30pm AEST)

    Gold Coast Titans: William Zillman, Kevin Gordon, Steve Michaels, Clinton Toopi, David Mead, Luke Capewell, Scott Prince (c), Luke Bailey, Riley Brown, Matthew White, Greg Bird, Bodene Thompson, Ashley Harrison. Interchange (from):  Michael Henderson, Sam Tagataese, Ryan James, Preston Campbell, Mark Minichiello.

    St George Illawarra Dragons: Darius Boyd, Brett Morris, Mark Gasnier, Matt Cooper, Jason Nightingale, Jamie Soward, Ben Hornby (c), Dan Hunt, Nathan Fien, Michael Weyman, Beau Scott, Ben Creagh, Matt Prior.  Interchange: Michael Greenfield, Jon Green, Trent Merrin, Kyle Stanley.  

    Melbourne Storm v Manly Sea Eagles at AAMI Park, 7.30pm

    Melbourne Storm: Billy Slater, Matt Duffie, Dane Nielson, Chase Stanley, Anthony Quinn, Gareth Widdop, Cooper Cronk, Bryan Norrie, Cameron Smith (c), Jaiman Lowe, Adam Blair, Sika Manu, Ryan Hinchcliffe.  Interchange (from): Todd Lowrie , Kevin Proctor, Troy Thomson. Jesse Bromwich, Beau Champion.

    Manly Sea Eagles: Brett Stewart, Michael Robertson, Jamie Lyon (c), Tony Williams, Will Hopoate, Kieran Foran, Daly Cherry-Evans, Jason King (c), Matt Ballin, Brent Kite, Anthony Watmough, Joe Galuvao, Glenn Stewart. Interchange: (from): Terence Seuseu, Jamie Buhrer, George Rose, Vic Mauro, Tim Robinson

    SUNDAY, March 13

    Canberra Raiders v Cronulla Sharks at Canberra Stadium, 2.00pm


    Canberra Raiders: Josh Dugan, Blake Ferguson, Jarrod Croker, Joel Thompson, Daniel Vidot, Josh McCrone, Matt Orford, Tom Learoyd-Lahrs, Alan Tongue, Dave Shillington, Joe Picker, Bronson Harrison, Shaun Fensom.  Interchange (from): Glen Buttriss, Trevor Thurling, Dane Tilse, Brett White, Danny Galea, Josh Miller.

    Cronulla Sharks: Nathan Gardner, Matthew Wright, Dean Collis, Colin Best, John Williams, Albert Kelly, Wade Graham, Kade Snowden, John Morris, Luke Douglas, Jeremy Smith, Anthony Tupou, Paul Gallen (c).  Interchange (from): Josh Cordoba, Broderick Wright, Paul Aiton, Jayson Bukuya, Johnny Mannah, Ben Pomeroy, Shane Flanagan.  

    Penrith Panthers v Newcastle Knights at Centerbet Stadium, 3.00pm

    Penrith Panthers: Lachlan Coote, Michael Gordon,Brad Tighe, David Simmons, Sandor Earl, Travis Burns, Luke Walsh, Tim Grant, Kevin Kingston, Petero Civoniceva, Trent Waterhouse, Nigel Plum, Luke Lewis. Interchange: Sam McKendry, Matthew Bell, Adrian Purtell, Masada Iosefa.

    Newcastle Knights: Kurt Gidley (C), James McManus, Junior Sa’u, Wes Naiqama, Akuila Uate, Beau Henry, Jarrod Mullen, Antonio Kaufusi, Isaac De Gois, Evarn Tuimavave, Zeb Taia, Neville Costigan, Chris Houston. Interchange (from): Matt Hilder, Cory Paterson, Richie Fa’aoso, Dan Tolar, Joel Edwards.

    Monday, March 14

    Canterbury Bulldogs v Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium, 7.00pm

    Canterbury Bulldogs: Ben Barba, Steve Turner, Josh Morris, Jamal Idris, Bryson Goodwin, Kris Keating, Trent Hodkinson, Aiden Tolman, Michael Ennis, Sam Kasiano, Jake Foster, Andrew Ryan, David Stagg.  Interchange: Mickey Paea, Frank Pritchard, Corey Payne, Ben Roberts.  

    Wests Tigers: Wade McKinnon, Lote Tuqiri, Blake Ayshford, Chris Lawrence, Matt Utai, Benji Marshall, Robert Lui, Bryce Gibbs, Robbie Farah (c), Keith Galloway, Liam Fulton, Gareth Ellis, Chris Heighington. Interchange: Tim Moltzen, Simon Dwyer, Andrew Fifita, Todd Payten
     
  2. mickqld

    mickqld Sack Greenslime 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Spewing we aren't going to be at full strength. No Matai or Wolf. We cant afford to have too many players out of our top 17 at any one game.
     
  3. Phantar

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    I fear that David Williams is the Les Kiss (Norths Kangaroo winger in 1986 for the younger generation of posters) of this era. One or two brilliant seasons and the rest lost to injury.

    Hope I'm wrong!
     
  4. Andrew..

    Andrew.. Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    He's certainly had his fair share of bad luck lately, lets hope he's only out for the week.
    Maybe the other article about Kyle Lodge being considered for this weeks game was because Dessie was going to play him in the centres and shift T-rex onto the wing to cover the loss of the wolfman.
     
  5. KaZa

    KaZa Well-Known Member

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    Oldfield will get a run then
     
  6. Ryan

    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    Wolfman was in the social pages for partying on in Surry Hills - must be a serious injury. Maybe the alcohol helps the rehabilitation?

    He better kit up, or he's off my Christmas list. Les Kiss - LoL.

    Matai / Wolfman, supporting the Northern Beaches hospitals since way back.
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    For the record, if Oldfield comes in and kills it, I reckon Des should run with him the whole season.
     
  7. DSM5

    DSM5 Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Wolfman seems fragile to me.  I think he needs a good year to be kept on.
     
  8. Copa Eagle

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    so then :
    1.Brett
    2.Robbo
    3.TRex
    4.Lyon
    5.Oldfield
    6.Foran
    7.DCE
    8.King
    9.Ballin
    10.Kite
    11.Watmough
    12.Rodney
    13.Stewie

    Backline looks weak imo. We will see what happens, maybe wolf will be right.
     
  9. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    from twitter;
    WARRIORS : Hohaia, Fisiiahi, Moon, Ropati, Vatuvei, Maloney, Seymour, Rapira, Heremaia, Packer, Mannering, Mateo, Luck. Res;Berrigan, Lillyman, Matulino, Brown.
     
  10. manlyforever08

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    so we should come back about 4.30 for the team? i remember Des always been one of the last to release the team..
     
  11. Dan

    Dan Administrator Staff Member Administrator 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    To be fair mate, its a hamstring strain. As long as he isn't dancing the night away etc at Surrey hills he should be fine to go out and enjoy time with his friends.

    At least he isn't punching light poles, or getting booted from the Crowie hey mate?
     
  12. Masked Eagle

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    If we do have some depth its in the outside backs.  I'd be worried if we lost a prop or two.
     
  13. Berkeley_Eagle

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    more news
    Brett Morris Struggling With Hip Injury http://wp.me/p1lFIC-3m#rugbyleague#NRL

    The @brisbanebroncos will name their Round 1 side around 10:30am Sydney time
     
  14. bones

    bones Bones Knows Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    At least if he doesn't kit up he has gotten something good out of it. Ridiculous that some people think they can't have a social life. A strain to his hamstring and he should stay in bed should he?
     
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    Handy supercoach info thanks BE
     
  16. Berkeley_Eagle

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    from twitter
    Broncos  Rd1: Hoffman, Yow Yeh, Beale, Reed, Gagai, Lockyer, Wallace, Thaiday, McCullough, Anderson, Glenn, Gillett, Parker.
    res; Hunt, Te'o, McGuire, Tronc.
     
  17. ManlyBacker

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    Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy could wait until match eve to decide on his line-up to face Manly in their round one NRL clash on Saturday.

    Bellamy will name an expanded squad as he gives a host of injured players as much time as possible to prove their fitness.

    One certain to start the Storm's first match for NRL competition points since last April is fullback Billy Slater, who has recovered from shoulder surgery.

    Advertisement: Story continues below Pleas to play Souths recruit Beau Champion, who hasn't managed a Storm trial due to injury, appear to have fallen on deaf ears.

    "He's probably been on the edge for a little while with that head injury and now the calf, I'd probably say he's pretty unlikely," the coach said.

    Five-eighth Maurice Blair, centre Chase Stanley and forwards Sika Manu and Rory Kostjasyn are among the injured brigade.

    "I'd like to have the line-up settled but we've got a few injuries," Bellamy said, adding they will test the players on Wednesday.

    "Rory Kostjasyn rolled his ankle at training on Friday so we're going through a bad patch at the moment but hopefully we'll have a few there on Saturday.

    "It could be up to Friday before we make decisions, I'd like to have most of that done by Wednesday but sometimes it doesn't work out like that."

    Bellamy said Manly's pre-season form had been impressive and would test his new-look side, which shed a number of key players to get under the salary cap.

    "They've had great form in the trials and they've got a lot of good experienced players there so they're a really good, solid, aggressive team so it will be a good test for our blokes first up," Bellamy said.

    "I've watched both their trials and I thought they were really impressive, especially against the Warriors.

    "You know Manly's a good team and when you get into the tough parts of the game they're going to be in there competing."

    AAP
    http://www.smh.com.au/rugby-league/league-news/bellamy-waits-on-injuries-before-naming-side-20110307-1bkqw.html
     
  18. Jatz Crackers

    Jatz Crackers Moderator Staff Member

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    Shut up bellyache. You sh!t me.
     
  19. Cameron

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    Am I right in thinking Glenn can't play. Didn't he cop 5 games and has missed 4. Hope I am wrong
     
  20. manlyforever08

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    Glenn got 4 games and he's right to play round 1.

    Matai can't play til round 5.
     

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